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II. S- BLACKLEANING, Pressing and He ? pairing Ladles' and Men's iSST Clothing. Work called (or .S.. and delivered. Motbly rates . HARRY R. COLE, Shop phone 90*w Bell Phone 241. ? *v?~ Uader Brohs shoe store. ?? + p;*4?******* | First ward j *.** ' ****+** P0lta. Stella McGee, of Boothsvllle, Hp?*jio, has be&n spending the summer I at Mt, Lake Park, is visiting friends , and relatives in, the city on her tvny A. B. Stealey has returned from n short stay In. Cleveland, Ohio. George Rhlnehart was at Wat- < fson yesterday the guest of his daughps&ter, Mrs. John Wiseman, whose little 'laughter Is very 111. f ' . Mr. Spurgeon Hiser, who has heen employed In Fairmont for a number 1 of months, has left the city and gone to Braxton county, where he will lie i located In the future. He has made many friends while here, who will regret very much to learn of his depnrMr. Guy Humphrey has returned Mg^from a few days' visit with his pa-1 I rents at orarton. ^'.'JilHaael, the little daughter ot Mr. and U Mrs. Clyde LevelJe, of Diamond street, ': ; ,very -111 with pneumonia. 1 ) n .""W. B. Hoult and family have moved J from Diamond street into their recent-' ly purchased property on East Ferry P street. I ; Mr. W. C. VanGllder, a prominent real estate dealer, of Chicago, 111, ar, rived In the city yesterday for a few days' visit with relatives and friends - .in the city and vicinity after which he will spend some time hunting in the Cheat mountains, before returning to Chicago. l^v'ljMrs,' J, D. Radford, Mrs. Lulu Reese and Miss Madga Wiley are visiting relatives at Benton's Ferry. : Mr. and. Mrs. Alexander Patton are spending ten days with" relatives in Clarksburg. , |?fM' Mrs. A. A, Ayers, of Elklns, Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. ?j' Jtii Harden, of Water street. Upl,' Mrs. Frank Ruble and little dnttgh. ; ter, of Meadowbrook, are guests of the former's mother, Mrs. .Mnllie JM Lloyd for a few days. 5 || ,Mr. Clarence Bloom, of Baltimore, .'who has been visiting friends in Iho city for the last few days has returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaftermnn and 1 daughters, Misses Eva and Ruth, are spending a few days with relatives at 'Keyser. . i" T. W. Hayhurst, of Freeport, Ohio, arrived in the city yesterday lo visit Ms brothers of the city and Montana, . and other friends for a few weeks. : Dr. E. M. Turner, of Morgantown. I passed through the city yesterday en route to Wheeling. 1 | , Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Roberts will 1 : ,* v le?ve Thursday morning for their new |jj home at Grafton. , |j?i Farewell Reception, rjv ' -Rev. and Mrs. u. V'. Roberts were ,, i given a farewell reception last even ing at their home on Market street. A 6 ?? ~ large number of Rev. Roberts' congre- r gatlon and their friends were present |, to extend best wishes and Ills fare1well to their pastor and his wife, who J ' leave for Grafton Thursday morning. ' The evening was a very enjoyable or? j. v ; to all present and in token of their a love for Rev. Roberts the following v resolutions were passed: pi i iWhereas, it has been thought, in e 'view of all circumstances best, thnt i / J " Bev. L. W. Roberts, our well beloved n pastor be taken from us, and appoint;> ed to another field of labor; therefore j.%; Resolved 1st, That we as members ?!/,, ?;Of the Diamond street M. E. church, j< and friends and well wishers of salil hi i. ' .' church, wtah to express our mOBt beargg2jr appreciation of the able manner In which' our dear brother Rev. L. W. a P^JjMbarta has served said church during g the past conference year. o Resolved 2d, That we are sorry that I .& V .->v; ';> >' - > circumstances requlrred big remc (ram tig ao goon after our acqualnta with him ag our pastor. Resolved 3d, That we esteem ] as one of the most'worthy and ir able ministers of the West Virgl conference of said church. Resolvctf 4th, That our prayers . good wishes go with him and his h and pleasant family do their new f of labor, and that they may be aim antly successful In building up church at that place. Resolved 5th, That a copy of th resolutions be forwarded to the j Ushers of the West Virginian to published in.said paper, and that t publishers be requested to forwari copy of said paper to Brother at G ton, W. Va. Improving. The Davis and Elklns Interests h: purchased several hundred acres Pittsburg coal and sufllclent land a town cite about one mile be! Downs. They are having-It surte; and plans have already been prepa for the erection of 200 houses and contracts for 100 houses to be let t week as a starter. It Is expecto.1 t a coal shaft will be sunk and soi thing will he doing in the coal Ini ests there in the near future. At the Commercial Hotel. The following are the new arrlv at the Commercial' hotel on Wa street: C. D. Phillips, Grafton; C. Smith, Mannlngton; A. C. .M. Co Sandusky, Ohio; G. h. West, Mannl ton; J. w. Smith, Monongah; P. Dougherty, Elkins; G. E. Booth ; wife, Parsons. The. Captain Care! (roup as follows; E. A. Adams, N York; A. Berg, Berlin, Germany; Curry, Detroit; E. Murray, Syracu D. Paul, Buffalo; M. Salmon, Coin ml City Hospital. Mrs. Robert Rogers, of White D it surgical patient, Is much improt and will leave for her home In u I days. Mr. Russell Snodgrnss, of Fairvli who has been very ill with typhoid f er, is much Improved. Mr. Calvin Robes, of Bunnr Ridge, who has been ill with typhi pneumonia, Is now convalescing. Death of Mrs. Coombs. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Akin, of E Park avenue, were called to llnl lown, Pa., Monday on account of 1 .11 ..' 11 " ini/er's erandmoth IIIIICBB U1 ?.JIC - o >irs. Abigail Coombs. Dentil cai Tuesday and the funeral was held Jay at the home. Mrs. Coombs 1 many friends and relatives In this c who will greatly lament her death. Compliments Fairmor THEIR ENTERTAINMENT OF Th GRAND LODGE K. OF P. WAS FLAWLESS?BEST OF MANY YEARS The entertainment of the Crai anise K. of P. by Fairmont cost t odges and the city a pretty sum, b t wus well spent. The Impression he city left with the visitors was he best, says the Mannlngton Enh irise For eight or ten years back the las been no time when the Knlgli were as well taken care of. The vns nothing left to be desired, ai he warmth of the greeting offset t :old of the unpleasant weather. Frc he reception at the trains, throui he bureau of Information, whorfc 1 cgislered and got a nice souven hrough the housing and feeding he hotels, to the escorting to ai roni receptions and excursions, dov o the social features of the gnu nilitary ball, there was nothing It iiitlonp. The souvenir badges and glass Mlgravoil with the dale of the eve vere much appreciated. . The reception by the ladies at II . <). 0. F. hall on Wednesday was i vent to be long remembered. The trips, both by boat and InU irban trolley were iwell pntrotil/.i ind everybody itad a good time i jarrtiess of the weather Tlie luncheon at the brewoy w. ;enerous and good, as were the rival lere too. souvenir glasses were pt ented and the clerhs of establis acnts who gave the reception are e complimented. The grand ball was well mnnagi nd the refreshments delicious. Th vent afforded'an opporlunlly for tl fnlghta to meet*the ladies of the cil nd they found them as pretty as the -ere charming. The enthusiasm of the occasion xpected to last until the encttm nent at the Jamestown exposltlt est year bonis Mann and Clam I.lpmnn Julie Bonbon" are repeating the tint success maile some seasons as I "The Telephone Girl." You can say more, to more peop nd for less money in the Weat VI inlan want column than through at tber medium. M cent a word reaehi ,000 subscribers. Try It. ivai 4.4.4. 220.127.116.11.4.4. 18.104.22.168.4. oce 4* 4* 4* WE8T VIRGINIANS 4. illm 4. AT THE LOCAL HOTEL8. 4 lost 4. 4. Ma 4.4.4. 22.214.171.124.4. 4.4*4.4.4*4.4. ^ Tavern: L. B. H. PedJicord, Frank | .. P. Corbln, Leon Spragg, Charles F. 3outherland. H. Q. Wallman, A. B. Rinebart and wife, S. M. Prince, L. Stewart, John Price, A. M. Rushman, cb(i Alex. Price, Morgantown: John Babml) cocl(' chletton! Elmer Prentice, Mcbe M,!chen; J- w- Tbornhlll, Bellngton; aliI H. Ci. Young. Clarksburg; J. D. Allen, j a and wife, S. G. Best, Gypsy; J. F. Lent, raf. Spngg: f. L>. nesuin, y,. c. crown, OpeklBka! II. L. -Meek, W. A. Springer, Wheeling; M. Cameron, Littleton; H. O. Olt, Wheeling; John Patsey. Berrylve bprg; Alex. R. Watson, RlcharJ Grls0j teil, Grarton. for ow Mariett: J. H. Herns, Z. F. Ammons, ,.0,l J. L. Sutton. Amos; W. J. Bnrker, L. relj M. McDermott, W. M. Harris, F. S. tl]e Basnett, Wheeling; Daniel O'Grad^. hi8 Stewartstown; R. F. I.azzell, Mrs. Ed. hat W. McNeill, Morgantown; L. H. B. lle. Peddicord, John Johnson, Moatsvllle; [cr. James B. Fowler, Worthlngton; Mrs. VV. H. Ftirbee, W. B. Charlton, Mannlngton; It. L. ReeJ, Boothsville; F. ' T. Martin, Grafton; J. W. Thompson, ai8 Charleston; C. A. Merrill. Rlvesville; ter P. L. Wells, Statler's lttin; Boyd E. jl Hevner, Luniberport. nn, n? Manley: Mrs. H. L. Plumb and son. jj Wadestown; A. F. Millnn, Manningin(j ton: Sir. and Mrs. W. W. Bryden. Mr. e?B and Mrs. L. 13. Bryden, Grafton; It. R. ew Koblegard, Charles W. VanHorn, I Clarksburg; Samuel D. Brady, Par5p.' kersburg. >iu. Watson; W. E. Haymond, Sutton: Wnt. G. Cunningham, W. H. Fee, E. av J. Miller, J. H. Clarke, L, Trauzell, ,e(j Wheeling: C. C. Newman, Moundsew vllle; H. M. Murray, T. J. Patton, H. C. SchulT, Grafton, :w, ev No Trouble With Leper NEWSPAPER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SENSATIONAL RE1st PORTS. oil :he CLARKSBURG, Oct. 17.? Parties er, eonring to the city from Pickens this lie week bring the report that ha scareto head newspaper report of the snpporms oil trouble there over the leper Is enIty Mrely without foundation. The facts In the case are thai the man looking yifter Rashld, the leper, persisted in mingling among the people of the town. After being Informed to avoid tills a number of times/ [? and his iota! disregard to comply with tne wishes oi the people one man proceeded to give him a pretty thorough whipping. After this the attendant to the lep- , er kept his place and there was no more trouble. The people at Pickens | live making no kick whatever over the 11'' presence of the leper there as long , he as he and his atendants keep In their ut places. , ot It Is a fact that Governor Dawson telegraphed to the sheriff of Randolph ar" county to knqw the fuels in the case. The sheriff at Elklns knew nothing ] re of the trouble at the time and was en 1,5 route to Pickens to investigate the | re supposed trouble when he met Clarksburg people direjptly from Pickens, , he -t... r. I.woa nn ?iiu iiiivii iiicii mm tiiut kiiwu 1111 grounds for llie reports whatever. *h i M* Was Fined for Shooting Cow. | ,Jt' CLARKSBURG, Ocl. 17?Allen Wil^1 liams, a minor at the P. K. mines was I tried in Justice G. II. Gordon's court t ,uj Monday evening on the charge of ,ft shooiing a cow belonging lo John Gonsurclieck. It developed at the ps trial that the cow was a rogue of the ' n, meanest type and had made nocternal visits to .Williams' garden until she i1P had consumed almost all the vegetaln hies which had grown therein. Williams finally became so indignant .r. when he heard the cow in the garden 2d one night nl 12 o'clock he secured his e. shot gun and gave I he roguish cow lite benefit of about three loads of n-j shot. s. ~~ 0. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. h to Prom the New York Press. A good way not to be disappointed ?d in friends Is not to have them Is if a girl can' get presents any other i way she will go and get engaged. ? - ? ...? ..I .,11 I,, 1,-I.,., a 1??! I y I lien: o Jiu nm ??1 mi lit lilt, y lata unless yon ought to he at work. All !he advice you get about how to Is grow rich comes from people who p- aren't in Think of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Cure If your nose and throat discharges? in If your breath Is foul or feverish. This ir snow white soothing balm contains ;o Oil of Eucnlptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., incorporated Into an Imported, creamlike, velvetj .petrolatum. It I< soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call Ir at our store for free trial box. E. A. i; Blllingslea & Co. p Read the West Virginian. BAPTISTS MEET AT CLARKSBURG general association convened for first session last night. CLARKSBURG, OcL 17.?The Baptist general association began here last night. The First Baptist church, cf this city, has been a very busy place for a few days In preparation for the event. The pastor, Rev. Robert Brown Mc Danel, and a corps of assistants have been very busy engaged in getting everything In perfect readiness, and all the several committees are doing their < full Bhare o( the work In a very praise- . worthy manner. The general committee on entertainment consists of Mrs. J. D. Simnmns, Mrs. H. E. Reeder, Mrs. C. A. W. Sheclil, Mrs. Robert Martin, Mrs. Augusta Taylor, Miss Carrie Peters, Mrs. S. C. Allen, Mrs! L. W. Garrett and Mrs. A. E. Hall. The committee on music Is composed of Miss Jessie Renshaw, Aubrey Martin and Mrs. Robert A. Garrett, with Prof. Fleming leading the choir. There will he special music every night and It is going to he fine. The special assignment committee is comprised of Mrs. J. D. Simmons. Itev. U. B. McDum-l. airs. D. W. Jacobs, 1-. W. Garrett, Earl Israel, Miss Bertha Post and Miss Beulah Lyon. i Mrs. A. W. Uapp has charge of the J decorations, which are .pilte urt.stlc and pretty. Mrs. Frank Wllllson, Miss Joy Pew and .Miss Mary Hornor are a committee 011 stamps and souvenir postals. S There is a number of pages, among whom are Irene I.eaclimnn, Louise W'cese, Lena Bradford, Florence Reed, Ralph McDanel, Albert Bartle't and F.ugene Gordon. a So far ttllt have sent their names In ( ind are registered. Many over three 5 hundred are expected. I The first session was held last night at 7:30 o'clock In the church. It was ., <1 n meeting of the Baptist Ministers' 0 Fraternal Union. D. B. Pnrlnton, president of the West Virginia University, was the ( principal speaker of last, night's ses- 0 : Ion. His subject was "The Ultimate Object of Preaching." Today's programme will be as follows: K 9:00 a. in.?Devotional service. j 9:30 a. m.?Written address, "How Maintain Our Country Churches," Rev. E. J. Woofter, of Harcisvilie. 1 tleneral discussion, opened by Rev. ? J. W. Morgan. Alderson; Rev. M. L. Wood, Huntington. 11:00 a. m.?Election of new ment- c bers. j1 Miscellaneous business ' Iteiort of committee on enrollment. ? Election of ocers. Afternoon Session. il. 00?Devotional services. Address by the pastor and the pros- v Ident. h 2:15?Report or Historical commit- '* toe. Rev. R. B, McDanlel. Report of constitutional amendment :ommlt.tee. ' tl Appointment of committees. n Miscellaneous business. it 4:00?Annual meeting of the stock- g lolders of the West Virginia Baptist Education Society, Central Presbyter- c an church. 1 5:00?Meeting of the Board of Di- d eotors. n Night Session. II 7:30?Annual sermon, "The Clar-ltl on Call for a Forward Movement, ftcv. A. S. Kelley, Sistersvil'.e. 8:30?Address, "Our Baptist Heri- F age," Rev. T. J. Villers D. I)., Nevttrk. N. .1 ci Report of committee on new boards. Letter copying press at Burdctte's. h MONTHLY MISER Is one of woman's worst affli you weaker, and is sure to si your beauty fade. To stop pai it will help to relieve your mi tions, make you well, beauti; liable remedy for dragging do\ ache, nervousness, irritability tainting spells, ana similar troi medicine for all women's pair Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Cla used Cardui for my disease, v women, and it has complete! AT ALL DRUG STORES, WRITE US A UTTER WINF describing fully all your symptoms If 111 Is and we will send you Free Advice la plain sealed envelope. Ladies' M m Advisory Dept.. The Chattanooga f|L Medicine Co., Chattanooca, Teaa. y | J. . . . ' i THE COAI ^ For October is now ir page edition. The Cut Glass ? somest sheet evei the carrier. If yc t tal. Exclusive d J illustrated. Promonition of Husband's Death iAW THE MANGLED BODY OF HER HUSBAND IN A VISION AND ' HEARD HIS CRIES. ' NEW YORK. October 17?"I had , dreadful premonition that somehlng was happening to Louis. About o'clock yesterday evening a death- ' y Illness came over me, It was like < vertigo. 1 nearly fell to the floor nd as I closed my eyes, grasping hold , f a chair, I saw, so vividly It almost lade me cry out, the mangled body ' f my husband. And then he seemed 1 o say: "Don't tell my, wife Look , ut for little Veronica.' Veronica , as beside me. She saw me grow ale and cried out: 'Mamma, mamla, what's the matter? Mamma, you're ' ick. Oh, I wish pape would come ( ome'" As she spoke these words to-day Irs. Louis Lelber, Jr., wife of the hauffer who saved the lives of Mrs. t. Fulton Cutting and her daughter t the cost of his own by averting a ollislon with their auto on a narrow oad, stood beside the casket containig the body of her husband in the iont room of their home at 313 West tne Hundred and Fourteenth street i-day. Clinging to her was her little tiireeear-oid daughter, Veronica, still ardy realizing that her father, who ad been her playmate, was dead. "We had expected that my husband ould be homo to Sunday dinner." connued Mrs. Lieber. "When he did a ot come at 1 o'clock I grew uneasy. c ; seemed to me that something was ( olng to happen to him." c "Mv husband always told nie if the e mergency ever came he would sacri- j ce his own life rather than cause the j, oath of a woman. He rvas a brave j ian and lie tiled like a brave man, 0 ke a hero?that is my one consola011." ? u That's What He Is rom the Chicago Daily News. Oyer?Droltelolgh is now an heir sstocrat. Myer?What's an Ueiresstocrat? Gyer?A mail who Is married to an eiress. - * Y ctions. It always leaves liorten your life and make n take Wjne of Cardui and :sery, regulate your funcful and strong. It is a revn pains, backache, head- * ', sleeplessness, dizziness, 4 jbles. A safe and efficient is and sickness. nton, Ala. writes: "I have /hich was one peculiar to [y cured me." , IN $1.00 BOTTLES CARDUI ^p?p? r??? < '. '*r..' ^." . -'i '' xt". t Time at The Coal City. Stock is Now Complete. Breat Many New Patterns. ber, We Are The Largest U Ijp4 and Rug House in Fairmont. In L CITY NEWS JK^W J ^ i press. This is a twelve fj " \l ^ and China supplement is the hand- t r published in this City. Watch for ? >u don't get a paper, drop us a pos 'esigns in cut glass, handsomely ; flffi DrSs&T iSllRtf No Glilcago Nor Packing House Meats I I have moved my shop into new quarters, and have a nice + clean place, where you can always, Winter and Summerset ^ the freehest Beef, Veal, Pork and Sausage every day. I select my own stock, and do my own butchering, so you see + you get choice as well as fresh meats. ^ Fresh butter and eggs, and game in season. Sly prices are right, and here they are? Serloin Steak, per lb. ..15c Veal Stew /.. .10c ^ V'j Porter House Steak 15c Veal Rcaat 12|/jc . Round Steak 15c Veal Steak 18c Rib Roasts 12|/2c Fresh Pork tt>/ c Boiling Meats 7c Pork Sausage /. .12J/?c ^ | Compare these prices with others. You get full weight al- A V.y ways, and your child will be treated as well as it'you come v : H yourself. JOHN FEORENE. t Comer Market and Merchant Streets.fgm DR. BAILEY, Specialist I in Chronic Diseases. Catarrh, Aathma, Hay Fever, DeafneM Varicocele and 8trlcture Cured. ra^L*. PILES?I cure without operation.Ijt?4u|| P. \ * days. No detention from business , ' PiP' PRIVATE DISEASES ? Newly cot 1 tracted cases cured. All burning an(1 itchlng' ladammatlon and ut? ' natural weakness stopped. RUPTURE?Of men, women and chlV . -| dren cured In from 10 to 30 days. No detentlon 'l0m business. Why . wear a truss! Under my treatment Don't suffer a day longer If you lm- >'ou 'brow It away. ,gine yourself to be In the last stages KIDNEY, BLADDER AND 8J0MAQH 6 ' . TBOIIBLER?Rv mv KVKtnlh of Ireht. ; l if disease, out come 10 me ainu d& ? ? -?-?7^- /--j- JURED, if you are suffering from vari- ?ent show signs of impr^emen^i^'g^^ ocele, stricture, gonorrhoea, gleet, 0ncemlarged prostrate, bladder'affections, SKIN DISEASES ? Trea^;-SUCflMp|^^^^w ilood poison, neuro-debility, lost manlood, Incompetency or nervous ex- RHEUMATISM, INFLAMMATORY laustion from overwork, indiscretion CHRONIC, CURED?I will r excess. calls on this class of patients who V> tfjaM cannot come to the office. If yoe . ,'hMi THE Latest Scientific Instruments cannot call write for home treatsed In the Successful Treatment of ment, OFFICE HOURS?9 a. m. to <t p. m. dally: Sunday, 11 a. m. to 3 p. '% Consultation and advice free. Static treatments and Ex-Ray examinational 'ji-xk Permanently located on Monroe, between Main street and the opera house, Fairmont, W. Va., Jacobs Block, rooms 204-206, second floor. Come 'up. ' stairs. Bell 'Phone 414-J. ,%i <vvvrwvvvvvtaimr^^JaruvvvmrlrlrmJ-lrLl-L^LnJ^^^*'^-*' 'V.'< TD A MCEED and all kinds of V-I A1II f \I/3 i I MiWLilY llrtUUHU. II I move anything from a baby carriage to a atreet car and do :: : o|.; It quickly, also make a specialty of mortar Household | Goods and Pianos without damage. When you need Coal, call me up. Iedellrer Coal and Sand to all parts of the . ' 'l& city in short order. When you have Hauling to do, or do- : hf sire anything placed in storage, tee Thomas, he's the man,. Igi if? Trunk hauling a speoialty. Bell Phone-Office 8, Res 340. Iff ? THAU A 0 Plrl" Avenue jj?8 Con.-Office 100, Res. 70. Tit II1U1TIA Jj Next toTavara'i: STOP A MOMENT 1 Don't rush madly through thin Men man <i ia nimsair aw* ... > !*&$?& ,.. . . iV;.:i~,iy '- ,.